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Constructible Strategy Games - Pirates of the Caribbean and Buzz?

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  • Constructible Strategy Games - Pirates of the Caribbean and Buzz?

    Wizkids is a company that makes various war games with full color little statues based on comic books (Heroclix), fantasy (MageKnight) and giant robot warmachines MechWarrior). Last year they came up with a new sort of game based on polystyrene cards, sort of like credit cards. You press the pieces out of the cards and create, in the first version, pirate ships (Pirates of the Spanish Main). The ships are pretty nifty looking for something that you punch out of a credit card (The Revenant).

    Anyway, the game itself is actually pretty neat, you basically create fleets that attempt to capture treasure and/or sink the enemy fleet.

    The company is producing another game using the same type of pieces called "Rocketmen." Does the logo look familiar?

    Anyway, wouldn't it be interesting if Disney were to do something similar?

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